MEG (Magnetoencephalography) Program

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Learn about MEG and Electromagnetic Brain Mapping

(1) Functional brain imaging: an introduction

Accessing brain activity non-invasively using neuroimaging techniques has been possible for about two decades and continues to thrive from the technical and methodological standpoints.

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(2) MEG principles

The physiological sources of electromagnetic fields generated by neural cells, MEG and EEG instrumentation.

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(3) Scenarios of typical MEG/EEG sessions

A successful MEG or EEG study is a combination of quality instrumentation, careful practical paradigm design, and well-understood preprocessing and analysis methods integrated in efficient software tools.

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(4) Data preprocessing

The purpose of data pre-processing is to enhance the levels of signals of interest, while attenuating nuisances or even rejecting some episodes in the recordings that are tarnished by artifacts.

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(5) Electromagnetic neural source imaging

MEG and EEG data can be processed to access time-resolved images of brain at work with unique temporal resolution.

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